Attorney Kelvin Fisher joins DiPasquale Moore as an attorney who can help clients on both sides of the Missouri River due to his bar admissions in Missouri and Kansas. With a focus on catastrophic injury claims and cases involving complex insurance coverage, he is ready to help our clients through difficult cases that might be too much for other law firms.
Kelvin was first drawn to a legal career when he participated in a mock trial in high school. Although he grew up in Oklahoma, he has spent most of his life in Kansas City. He decided to stay local and complete his higher education, including a J.D., at the University of Missouri – Kansas City and the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. Between undergrad and law school, he took an interest in technical and professional writing as the obituary writer for the Kansas City Star.
Attorney Fisher’s legal career began as an insurance defense attorney. After deciding that his true calling was to help people in need, not large companies, he changed his career path. Today, he uses the insider knowledge that he gained as an insurance defense attorney to better represent and protect the best interests of his clients in injury claims and litigation.
Previously, Kelvin has served on the Planning Commission for the City of Independence, the Board of the Dream Factory of Greater Kansas City, and the Board of the Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity. He was also on the KBA Commission of Professionalism, which drafted the “Pillars of Professionalism” that are still used by the Kansas Supreme Court to guide Kansas lawyers.
In his free time, Kelvin attends his boys’ sporting events, couches youth football, and stays active in his kids’ Cub Scout Pack. To unwind, he sometimes takes a fishing trip or reads a good mystery novel in just a few sittings.